Bryan Brothers Capture Crown at the Gem of the Mediterranean

Team Prince players Bob and Mike Bryan captured their 106th tour-level doubles title on April 19 with their win at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. This marks the fifth time the World No. 1 duo has captured the crown in Monte Carlo. The Americans defeated Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini 7-6(3), 6-1 in the final.

Prince & USPTA – A Partnership of Innovation

In addition to its global headquarters moving to Atlanta, Prince Global Sports recently marked the one year anniversary of its not so secret weapon: a flagship, first of its kind, advanced tennis innovation facility on site at IMG Academy in ­Bradenton, Fla.

Prince Tennis Juniors Make Strong Play At The Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships

Playing with his Prince Tour 100T, up and coming Prince Junior Athlete Yshai Oliel (Israel) captured the Boys 14 title. In the Girls division Prince Junior Whitney Osuigwe (Bradenton, FL) took the Girls 12 title playing the Prince Tour 100T ESP. In the Girls 18 Division, Prince Junior Ingrid Neel (Bradenton, FL) made a strong showing, coming in as a qualifier and making all the way through as a finalist.


June 10, 2014, BORDENTOWN, NEW JERSEY - Prince, a leading manufacturer and distributor of performance racquet sports equipment, footwear and apparel, is proud to announce today that it will be the official stringing service at the prestigious ATP 250 Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany, now underway. The tournament played on grass has established itself as a leading ATP event over the years before the third Grand Slam event of the year – Wimbledon – taking place just two weeks later. With this announcement, Prince is excited to step back into the segment of professional stringing services and will welcome all visitors of the event to their booth in Halle where the entire product line (launched in the Fall of 2013) will be on display.

PARIS PREDICTIONS From Tour Coach & Prince Ambassador Paul Annacone

We made it through the fun-filled first week on the Paris clay and there is a still lot of great tennis ahead. The second week becomes more about handling pressure and the situation & less about the tennis. The most poised and mature players tend to find ways to win. The talent level obviously matters, but now we are down to the final 8…who will deal with the adversity, who will grab the opportunity, who will rise to the occasion? These are the big questions and the defining points that make good players great or keep good players from becoming great.